Kameron Nelson Joins Career Communications Group, Inc
Appointed as Assistant to Associate Publisher and Publisher and CEO at Career Communications Group (CCG)
In his new job, Kameron will build and develop successful customer relationships with CCG partners. He will also identify and prospect into new territories while developing and managing sales activity. Additionally, he will be working with CCG alumni groups as well as supporting CCG's Foundation for Educational Development Inc. programs.
Kameron is a 2017 graduate from Cornell University. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Communications and a minor in Film. During his four years at Cornell, he served as a multimedia staff member for the campus newspaper, The Cornell Daily Sun. He was also a staff writer for Cornell's radio station WVBR-FM, and a member of the Cornell Black Student Union.
After graduating, Kameron moved to Baltimore and secured a job working for Maryland State Senator Shirley Nathan-Pulliam of the 44th District of Maryland. He worked as a legislative aide in Annapolis, and after the 2018 Maryland Legislative session, worked as a Campaign Manager for Senator Nathan-Pulliam.
Kameron assisted in implementing a successful state senatorial campaign that led to wins in the Maryland Democratic primary and general elections. Kameron is a member of the Baltimore City branch of the NAACP, the Marble Hill Community Association, and the Young Democrats of Baltimore City.
About Career Communications Group (CCG)
CCG has built strong, lasting partnerships with top companies and government agencies. The strength of these relationships has been developed around the premise that corporate diversity strategies will reap a positive return. CCG consultants/